When you have the right to view, do you always view rightly. And wisely? There’s a right way to watch television.

Your picture will be appreciated all the more if you position your receiver correctly, particularly in relation to room lighting.

When you have a good picture, don’t fiddle with the controls

Don’t have lights shining directly on to the screen—they will cause reflections.

Ideally, have a light above or behind your set.

The wise viewer insists on having plenty of light in the room. With modern receivers there should be no need to dim room lights.

Adjust your distance from the receiver according to the size of the screen.

NEVER, NEVER, allow children to lie on the floor and gaze upwards at the screen.

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'ATV the Midlands' is a promotional brochure produced by ATV in Birmingham in 1963

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